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Re: svn cleanup performance

From: Alex Kiesel <alex_at_kiesel.name>
Date: 2006-03-25 21:17:59 CET

On Sat, 2006-03-25 at 12:39 -0500, Duncan Murdoch wrote:
> > I need a cleanup on root because I do an (interrupted) update on root...
> > Our layout requires having the complete repo checked out, at least for
> > those that want to maintain release branches.
> Obviously I don't know your requirements, but this would be very
> unusual. I can see a branch maintainer might want both the trunk and
> the branch checked out, but you should think about whether they really
> need every other branch and every tag as well.

I can elaborate on why I chose this setup if you like, but I think it's
actually not really related to the problem here.

> If you can reduce the size of your checkouts by a large factor, I think
> you'll find everything goes faster.

I agree that the long cleanup time is directly related to the vast
number of files. So, is this a "limitation" of subversion (it's not
really a limitation, because it still can handle the repository - but it
takes it time).

Also, does someone know why the cleanup takes up so much memory?


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